Title: A Love To Remember
Author: Sarah Hadley Brook
Publisher: JMS Books LLC
Release Date: April 28, 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance, Novella
Page Count: 85 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Graham Hayes decided long ago he’d never be in a relationship. It was better to stay single than to fall in love only to be left alone, which he was certain would happen to him. He’d seen Alzheimer’s ravage his family members all his life, leaving their loved ones to deal with the fallout. Some of them stayed, but some didn’t. Graham isn’t going to risk it.
When he hires nurse Sam Morgan to take care of his dad during the day, his pledge to stay single is put to the test. He soon finds it difficult to maintain a professional distance.
Graham’s guarded his heart for so long, but his resolve is crumbling. Will he be able to conquer his fear to give himself a chance at love? Can he trust Sam to stick around for better or worse?
This was a good read. It is a book about having personal demons and having to overcome them in order to truly find happiness.
Graham is the type of man that does not want a relationship with anyone. He is one of those men that ONLY does one night stands. He does not want a repeat performance. He does not want to even know the name of the person. Because that is getting too close. So when he meets a man at the club the night before he makes a big life change, he is blown away by the amount of physical attraction he immediately feels. But he also knows that he is not going to get close to him so he keeps to his normal. No names and no repeats.
The man that Graham met is Sam. Little do either of the men know, they are about to come face to face again after their one night stand. When Graham needs to extra help with his father he calls an agency for a home health nurse. The nurse turns out to be none other than Sam.
To say that both men are surprised is an understatement. But Graham’s father and Sam hit it off so Graham decides to keep Sam on as his nurse. The more time Sam spends at Graham’s house the closer the two get.
This is a big problem for Graham. Can Graham work through his personal issues before he loses the one person that he could possibly have a relationship with?
This was a good read. It is a short story. But regardless there is some issues that one of the main characters needs to work out. Honestly, this book is a book that I feel could be realistic. The personal issues is something that I feel that some people may go through. I really enjoyed this book. I look forward to more by Sarah Hadley Brook in the future.
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